Thursday, April 30, 2009

Boston Theatre News

Today's buzz about Hub Theatre:

Larry Starkthinks the end of this season is very strong. (He makes special mention of the Publick's Humble Boy and Apollonaire's Men of Tortuga.)

Merrimack Rep's Moon for the Misbegotten gets reviewed in the Boston Globe.

The Hub Review peruses the new season brochure for the American Repertory Theater, and finds some things missing.

In the Phoenix, Chris Farone previews The Caitlin County Hemp Wars, a new musical. The Cambridge Chronicle also has a pre-show piece.

Meanwhile, Providence Phoenix brings us word of a panel discussion about "success and failure" in America. The article tells us, "The discussion, as always, will center around an underappreciated date in American history. This week, it's '1949: Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman First Produced.' "

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